Christmas in the Village

By: Jill Finger

Dec 08 2014

Category: Uncategorized

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Camera:iPhone 5

Natasha and Santa

April, Timothy, Jonathan, Natasha, Andrew, Raven and her friend Ashley and I all met in the village yesterday afternoon to attend Christmas in the Village.  Wes stayed home as he has a nasty head cold. We stood in the crowd at the raffle that Sawyer Motors sponsored.  Timothy won a tablet and Andrew won a red scooter.  Jonathan  then took Andrew home, as he needed a nap.  The rest of walked to Kiersted house where Natasha and Timothy talked to Santa and we had badly needed hot cocoa.  They both felt they were too old for Santa but agreed when we said we wanted to take pictures.  We then walked to the library to vote for viewers’ favorite on the many Christmas trees on display. We ambled up Partition Street, visited the craft vendors and headed back for the second round of drawings.  Natasha didn’t win again, and everyone was freezing by this point, so we decided to call it an afternoon.  I had agreed to bring Natasha home, but first I had  to stop in Price Chopper, and, by the time we were done, it was almost time for the third round of raffles, so we went back.  She ended up not winning anything, but was very philosophical about it, “Maybe next year.”  As I’m typing this at 8pm on Sunday evening, my feet are still cold. It may take me until next Christmas in the Village to thaw out, but it was a lot of fun!

One comment on “Christmas in the Village”

  1. Sounds like afun day!

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